The east end of Washington, D.C. has new life with the opening of the Gateway D.C. Pavilion at St. Elizabeths in Southeast, D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray said in his weekly radio address exclusive to All News 99.1.
Advocates for medical marijuana in the District of Columbia say the city’s strict rules are having a chilling effect on the use of the drug.
D.C.’s Large Retailer Accountability Act may have gone by the wayside when Mayor Vincent Gray vetoed it in September, but a new proposal could raise minimum wage in the city and surrounding Maryland counties.
Maryland is expanding MARC rail service beyond the work week, and the Maryland Transit Administration has released the new Penn Line weekend schedule that will begin on Dec. 7.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray says he’s nominating the chief financial officer for the city of Phoenix to the same post in Washington.
Weekend events in the District of Columbia will close a number of streets on Saturday.
A lawsuit that seeks to stop tax-lien investors from taking homes through foreclosures has been filed in federal court in Washington.
The D.C. Taxicab Commission predicts that up to 25 percent of cabs still will not have the ability to accept credit cards by the Sept. 30 deadline.
A man who died following a shooting in the NOMA neighborhood of D.C. late Wednesday has been identified.
Hosting the Super Bowl is a massive undertaking for a city, but NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell hasn’t ruled out Washington, D.C. as a potential landing spot for the big game at a later date, as he confirmed to Lavar & Dukes on 106.7 The Fan Wednesday.